Fennie Yap

Romsey & Southampton North

Fennie was born to first-generation Malaysian immigrants and grew up in Fair Oak, a village just off Eastleigh. She moved with her family to Southampton when she was a teenager.

Fennie was about 14 years old when she first saw an image of an abortion victim; a small infant, fully intact, deliberately killed only 24 weeks from fertilisation. The image broke her heart and set Fennie down a path of investigation, and ultimately activism.

Fennie studied at the University of Bristol where she was president of the Bristol Pro-Life Feminist Society. She now works as a data engineer in the financial sector and serves locally in community orchestras and in her parish church.

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